Karmic Effects of
In the previous publication – Shiva religion epics dated November 11,2021 on this site, the significance of evil actions were enunciated based on different epics and characters involved in the real events.
In reality, the karmic effect is incontrovertible regardless of period.
For example, Ramayana and Mahabharata were about kingdoms and power seized from the legitimate entities viz. Lord Ram by his step mother Kaikeyi to coronate her son Bharat in Ramayana and similarly in Mahabharata, the Pandavas were denied their due rights to rule Hastinapur by Kauravas ending in annihilation of the latter clan.
The emphasis on greed and illegal means to usurp to power, fame and fortune invariably delivering a blow to usurpers reverberates over time immemorial.
India otherwise known as Bharat is the domain for these epics Ramayana and Mahabharata as well as many historic events related to religion and political history.
In Ramayana, Sita’s ordeal did not end despite reunion with her Lord Ram after her captivity in Ravana’s Kingdom, Lanka.
Goddess Sita was subject to chastity trial and forced to prove her chaste i.e. purity by walking on burning flames, the inferno. Even though Goddess Sita triumphed the gruesome test, she was banished to the forest once again except this time indefinitely while she was an expectant mother of twins separating her from her spouse and the children from their father – Lord Ram.
None of these issues mattered and she was declared unfit to represent the presumptuous holier than thou (?) accusers who decided that Goddess Sita shall not be accepted as worthy of respect.
In modern scenario there are similar expectations by descendants with such attitude about a woman they viciously target amidst dismissing the woman as worthless and useless. Furthermore, in the modern version they go beyond besides incarcerate and cast stones at the woman, she is subject to vitriolic fire.
The effect is far more inflammable and incessantly burning 24/7 in various outlets ranging from the so-called entertainment cinema essentially politaintment with highly politicized connotations hyped in derogatory incendiary innuendoes to conventional and social media ignited firecrackers causing mind pollution from the politics recruited contingency.
The twist in all of this is the targeted woman confronted with the volcano described above demanded to embrace the inflammatory lava and welcome the pyromania flamethrowers with open arms and beaming smile in perpetuity.
She is denied any opportunity to self-defense or rebuttals to constant vilifications and worst the identity appropriation of her to suit the whims and fancies of those exploiting the condemnable trend and trait.
The contemporary practice – plagiarism and piracy not barring identity swap disseminated via domestic and overseas corrupt crony media to prove fallacy as fact is overdone much to self-embarrassment and duplicity.
In ancient Mahabharata, the main female character Queen Draupati is publicly humiliated and disgraced by her opponents, who banish her and her family to the forest again like in Ramayana. Their evil actions were not without irreversible ramifications for them inviting apocalypse for all those engaged on own volition.
The virtuous women are preyed with contempt and prejudice for the unflinching faith in their morals and uncompromising in self-respect and dignity. These fine attributes were aptly reflected in both Sita and Draupati respectively even though the self-imposed golden rule by these women are barely appreciated and instead ridiculed then and now with parochial view and alternatively confined to the prism of the incorrigible.
The aftermath of Ramayana and Mahabharata with women protagonists’ iron will in defending their self-esteem and honor is a flashpoint. They overcome the excruciating challenge with grace and sanctity.
The society indifference and failure to acknowledge grave injustice to these women exemplified inaction and apathy. The muted response ultimately had long lasting and grueling repercussions experienced until today.
To the contrary, those entrenched in corruption, criminality, treason, communalism, sectarian violence, financial fraud and eclectic crimes against law abiding tax payers and average citizens in society are revered and held above law with political and social immunity.
India aka Bharat post Ramayana and Mahabharata remains the desired destination for foreign invasion, occupation and colonization whether mogul era or western imperialism to present day communist China overt territorial annexations.
Notwithstanding India’s republic status until today is not a FREE REPUBLIC rather DOMINION REPUBlIC explicit with imperialistic i.e. external influence.
In medieval times, a dominion was a country that was independent but controlled by the British Empire. … The dominions were all equal in status and were autonomous communities. They all pledged their allegiance to the Crown and as such were members of the British Commonwealth Nations. Nov 28, 2017.”
The karmic effects on Sri Lanka from these events:
Ramayana – Sita’s captivity in Lanka by the demon King Ravana leading to Sita’s immense grief, tears and sadness due to separation from her spouse Lord Ram.
In modern times, the Tamil Eelam population genocide by Sri Lankan Government especially Mahinda Rajapaksa regime together with Indian Central Governments – Congress and recently BJP and Tamil Nadu State governments – the DMK, ADMK and coalition’s collusion and complicity in the atrocities against Tamils in Sri Lanka is the darkest age for the so-called democracies in the Indian sub-continent.
The massacre of Tamils in Sri Lanka happened due to UN peace keeping and Washington abandonment in 2009. United States and UN otherwise intervene in foreign elections and conflict zones to mediate peace anywhere.
Then Indian government headed by Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi and Sri Lankan authorities negotiated deal against Tamil civilians to deploy Indian peace keeping in the northern and eastern province was a betrayal. Overall the collective neglect to save lives in Sri Lanka was gross human rights violation and international selective rejection of SOS from the desperate victims in the Sri Lankan war zone.
The neighboring Sri Lanka having surrendered and submitted to the communist Beijing’s deceptive economic deals in the Belt Road Initiative is hamstrung with sovereignty hanging in balance. The Hambanthota harbour is now referred to as Sri Lanka Port, China.
The blowback experienced today in Sri Lanka from the above cited human rights violations against Tamil Eelam victims and earlier Ramayana Sita’s plight in Lanka is a turning point in the nations’ journey not having learned the lesson from the past continued into the present depicting the bleak future.
The status applicable to anyone or any nation ignoring the timeless message to refrain from harming, hurting and harassment. The extreme being heinous crimes against others near and far.
The karmic effects of evil deeds return with incredible impact on the doers and participants in any capacity with no moments for regrets and redemption.
KARMA is the indelible time machine with a reminder on actions bearing consequence with inevitable outcome.
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